What is Qi Wireless Charging? from Mokinglobal


In the rapidly evolving world of technology, Qi wireless charging has emerged as a game-changer. It's a concept that has revolutionized the way we power our devices, from smartphones to headsets and wearables. As a leader in tech innovation, Mokin has embraced this technology, particularly in our flagship product, the Mokin 3-in-1 Foldable Magnetic Wireless Charging Station.

Mokin 3 IN 1 Magnetic Wireless Charging Station for iPhone
$35.99 (Discounted from $53.96)
3-in-1 foldable wireless magnetic charger for iPhone, iWatch, and AirPods. Features strong magnetic suction, safety protections against overcurrent, overvoltage, and more.
Package Includes
Wireless charger, 20W USB C charger, 1.2m charging cable, user manual
iPhone models, AirPods 3/2/Pro, iWatch Ultra 8/7/6/5/4/3/2/SE

 Qi Wireless Charging from Mokingloba

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Parameter comparison of mainstream charging methods?

Specification Magnetic Induction (MI) Magnetic Resonance (MR)
Standard WPC/PMA, AirFuel Alliance A4WP, AirFuel Alliance
Transmission Range Several millimeters to several centimeters Several centimeters to several meters
Operational Frequency 100–205kHz (WPC), 277–357kHz (PMA) 6.78MHz (Resonant frequency), 2.4GHz ISM band
Charging Efficiency Greater than 80% Less than 50%
Spatial Freedom Limited Greater
Application Suitable for small devices with fixed charging positions Suitable for devices requiring mobility and a larger charging area


This table provides a comparison between two wireless charging technologies, highlighting key differences in standards, transmission range, operational frequency, efficiency, spatial freedom, and typical applications. For more details on these technologies, please refer to the linked Wikipedia pages.

What organization is WPC?

 WPC, which stands for Wireless Power Consortium, was established in 2008. It is an open and collaborative standards development organization comprising over 400 member companies. WPC is the leading authority in the mobile device industry for standards such as "Qi" and the creator of the "Ki" wireless kitchen standard. The organization is dedicated to advancing global compatibility and safety in the use of wireless charging technology.

What organization is WPC

What is the status of WPC Qi certification for this product?

What is the status of WPC Qi certification for this product

What is Qi Wireless Charging?

Qi wireless charging is an open standard for wirelessly powering electronic devices. Developed cooperatively by leading global companies, it uses inductive charging technology to transfer power through electromagnetic fields. Any device sporting the Qi logo is compatible with Qi charging surfaces, irrespective of brand or manufacturer. This universality makes Qi a cornerstone in today's tech ecosystem.


The Qi Standard - Working Principle


At its core, Qi wireless charging relies on inductive charging. It involves two coils: a transmitter in the charging pad and a receiver in the device. When placed near each other, an electromagnetic field is generated, allowing the transfer of power. This process, while technical, is made user-friendly and is exemplified in products like Mokin's wireless charging station.

The most mature and widely adopted approach is electromagnetic induction. Its fundamental principle relies on the electromagnetic induction concept, similar to that of a transformer. There are two coils, one at the transmitting end and the other at the receiving end. The primary coil is energized with a specific frequency of alternating current, which induces a certain current in the secondary coil through electromagnetic induction. This process effectively transfers energy from the transmitting end to the receiving end.

The Qi Standard - Working Principle

Qi Standard - Main Features


Qi Standard - Main Features
1. Principle based on the magnetic field induction between
near-field coils
2. Operating frequency band: 87~205KHz
3. Supports two charging methods:
a. Orientation placement
b. Random placement
4. In-band communication at 2Kbps using load modulation
5. Features foreign object detection (FOD) function
6. Flexible design enables easy integration into mobile


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Qi Standard - Advantages and Disadvantages


Qi Standard - Advantages and Disadvantages
- Established testing institutions and ecosystem.
- Mature specifications with products available since 2011.
- Higher efficiency due to closely coupled coil structure.
- Low radiation emissions.
- Low implementation cost due to multiple IC and system suppliers, as it is a mature standard.
- Short charging distance (Z < 10mm).


The convenience of Qi wireless charging is unmatched. Users can simply place their device on a charging pad, like Mokin's 3-in-1 charger, and power up without the hassle of cords. It's also universally compatible, meaning a single Qi charger can power a variety of devices, making it a versatile addition to any tech arsenal.


The Future of Wireless Charging and Mokin's Role

Wireless charging is poised for significant advancements, with trends indicating increased speed and broader device compatibility. Mokin is committed to staying at the forefront of these developments, ensuring our products not only meet but exceed the demands of future tech trends.


Qi wireless charging is more than a convenient feature; it's a symbol of technological progress. With companies like Mokin integrating this technology into user-friendly products, the future of wireless charging looks bright and accessible. The Mokin 3-in-1 Foldable Magnetic Wireless Charging Station is a perfect example of this innovation in action, blending convenience, efficiency, and universal compatibility into one sleek package.